Tag Archives: Board of Education

Region 16 defers towns’ payments  

REGION 16 — In the absence of a state budget, the Region 16 Board of Education has revised the state education aid payment schedule for Beacon Falls and Prospect. “We…

Borough school chief gets good grade

NAUGATUCK — Superintendent of Schools Sharon Locke earned high marks on her evaluation for the 2016-17 school year. The Board of Education gave Locke an overall score of 4.14 out…

Board hires new director of facilities

REGION 16 — The Region 16 Board of Education last week unanimously voted to hire Stephen Martoni as the district’s new director of facilities. Martoni has been the acting director…

Aid in flux as budget stalemate drags on

REGION 16 — The Region 16 Board of Education will have a decision to make if a state budget isn’t adopted soon. Beacon Falls and Prospect, the two towns that…

School board opts not to request surplus funds

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Education last week decided against moving forward with a plan to set aside surplus funds to cover the possible loss of a state grant. The…

Teachers added due to enrollment increase

REGION 16 — An increase in student enrollment led to the addition of a kindergarten and fourth-grade teacher in Region 16, which oversees schools in Beacon Falls and Prospect. The…

School board OKs raises for non-union workers

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Education last month approved raises for 36 non-union employees. The raises, which range from 1 percent to 3 percent, are for the 2017-18 fiscal year….

Board hires new curriculum director

REGION 16 — The Region 16 Board of Education last week approved hiring Michele Raynor as the district’s new director of curriculum, instruction and assessments. Raynor started in the district,…

Board approves transfer with eye on 18-19 budget

REGION 16 — As the 2016-17 fiscal year came to a close, school officials made a financial move with an eye on the 2018-19 budget. Last week, the Region 16…

Officials disagree on transfer of school funds

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Education last week approved transferring $600,000 in excess funds in this year’s budget to pay for services and supplies down the road. The $600,000 comes…